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    us Irish
    once know for been hard worker's
    walk on to any building site in the world and you would probably find an Irish man
    for our hospitaly a thousand welcome's
    for our drinking culture the irish are all drunks
    ect ........ect
    but i wounder about the next generation of us Irish
    what will we be know for ???
    and i wonder because i look at our young people today and think they would not know what a shovel is let alone do a day's work with it
    there heads are stuck in computer's most of the day like laptops i phones playsation's xbox's
    TV facebook apps ect...........ect and i thank god for school for these kids
    some social interaction alest
    and even our drinking culture
    does any one go out any more ?
    you could walk in to a pub sorrounded by housing estates on a friday night
    and there might be only 6 people in the pub
    so i wounder
    this is my experience
    what do ye think ?????????????????????????????????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    us Irish
    once know for been hard worker's
    walk on to any building site in the world and you would probably find an Irish man
    for our hospitaly a thousand welcome's
    for our drinking culture the irish are all drunks
    ect ........ect
    but i wounder about the next generation of us Irish
    what will we be know for ???
    and i wonder because i look at our young people today and think they would not know what a shovel is let alone do a day's work with it
    there heads are stuck in computer's most of the day like laptops i phones playsation's xbox's
    TV facebook apps ect...........ect and i thank god for school for these kids
    some social interaction alest
    and even our drinking culture
    does any one go out any more ?
    you could walk in to a pub sorrounded by housing estates on a friday night
    and there might be only 6 people in the pub
    so i wounder
    this is my experience
    what do ye think ?????????????????????????????????????????????
    The next generation !!!
    Celtic Brats.
    Here,s my future
    I,ll work to retirement age and then sell up all and emigrate
    as far away from Muslim europe as possible
    This country will be the biggest shithole in 10-20 years time


    " WE ARE CONNACHT "

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    us Irish
    once know for been hard worker's
    walk on to any building site in the world and you would probably find an Irish man
    for our hospitaly a thousand welcome's
    for our drinking culture the irish are all drunks
    ect ........ect
    but i wounder about the next generation of us Irish
    what will we be know for ???
    and i wonder because i look at our young people today and think they would not know what a shovel is let alone do a day's work with it
    there heads are stuck in computer's most of the day like laptops i phones playsation's xbox's
    TV facebook apps ect...........ect and i thank god for school for these kids
    some social interaction alest
    and even our drinking culture
    does any one go out any more ?
    you could walk in to a pub sorrounded by housing estates on a friday night
    and there might be only 6 people in the pub
    so i wounder
    this is my experience
    what do ye think ?????????????????????????????????????????????
    Hopefully they will be literate and able to spell

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixfourblond View Post
    Hopefully they will be literate and able to spell
    stick it sixfourblond

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    stick it sixfourblond
    Lol

    I am actually proud that the younger crowd are eventually shaking off the reputation we once had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    us Irish
    once know for been hard worker's
    walk on to any building site in the world and you would probably find an Irish man
    for our hospitaly a thousand welcome's
    for our drinking culture the irish are all drunks
    ect ........ect
    but i wounder about the next generation of us Irish
    what will we be know for ???
    and i wonder because i look at our young people today and think they would not know what a shovel is let alone do a day's work with it
    there heads are stuck in computer's most of the day like laptops i phones playsation's xbox's
    TV facebook apps ect...........ect and i thank god for school for these kids
    some social interaction alest
    and even our drinking culture
    does any one go out any more ?
    you could walk in to a pub sorrounded by housing estates on a friday night
    and there might be only 6 people in the pub
    so i wounder
    this is my experience
    what do ye think ?????????????????????????????????????????????
    You could sign out of here and pop down to the local pub for a chat to get things going the right direction?
    Last edited by xagerate; 18-09-15 at 17:01.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xagerate View Post
    You could sign out of here and pop down to the local pub for a chat to get things going the right direction?
    back in time i think
    i think alot of people are still paying for the boom
    thankfully i think things are picking up
    Last edited by tom sand; 18-09-15 at 19:14.

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    Next generations will be Irish as we are Irish but times change and things become a little different.
    We are quite different from Irish of the 1950s as they were from people generations before.
    Times change and we are best to adapt and move on. The good old days always have their bad points too.
    I whilst not quite decrepit have seen quite a few changes, the rise of mobile phones and the Internet to ubiquity, the spread of variations of the so called Dart accent to places even beyond Dublin, an increase in PC attitudes and ideas of health and safety that would have been ludicrous a couple of decades ago , the decline of certain aspects of pub culture and many other things.
    Change always brings good and bad things.
    Embrace the good and minimise the bad and move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonpareil View Post
    Next generations will be Irish as we are Irish but times change and things become a little different.
    We are quite different from Irish of the 1950s as they were from people generations before.
    Times change and we are best to adapt and move on. The good old days always have their bad points too.
    I whilst not quite decrepit have seen quite a few changes, the rise of mobile phones and the Internet to ubiquity, the spread of variations of the so called Dart accent to places even beyond Dublin, an increase in PC attitudes and ideas of health and safety that would have been ludicrous a couple of decades ago , the decline of certain aspects of pub culture and many other things.
    Change always brings good and bad things.
    Embrace the good and minimise the bad and move on.
    you never answered the question tho
    what will us the next generation of Irish be know as ?????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    you never answered the question tho
    what will us the next generation of Irish be know as ?????????????????
    Muslims that's what
    And guess what the escorts will be out of business


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